AN and

ARITHMETIC A GEOMETRY SERIES

1. Finding the Sum of the terms in an Arithmetic sequence

Remember: Formula of the n-th term of Arithmetic Sequence and Geometry Sequence Formula of the n-th term of Arithmetic Sequence

Un=a+(n-1)b where, a = U1 ; b= U2 - U1 = U3 â€“ U2 Formula of the n-th term of Geometry Sequence

Un=arn-1 where, a = U1 ; b= U2 : U1 = U3 : U2

Formula

of

the

n-th

term

of

Triangular

Un=Â˝n(n+1)

Number

Pattern

Calculate the sum of the following series 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6.

5 + 8 + 11 + 14 + 17 = ….. 93 + 88 + 83 + 78 + 73 + 68 = …. 3 + 6 + 12 + 24 + 48 = …. 64 + 32 + 16 + 8 + 4 = …. 6 + 10 + 14 + 18 + … + 170 = …. 205 + 198 + 191 + 184 + … + 2 = ….

Complete the Following Table Un

Arithmetic Series = Sn

U1

S1 = a

U2

S2 = 2a + b

U3 U4 U5 . . U7 . . U10 . . Un

S3 = 3a +3 b S4 = 4a + 6b S5 = 5a + 10b . . S7 = ……a + 21b . . S10 =…..a +….. b . . Sn = ………..

So, Sn = ½ n {2a+(n-1)b } Or Sn = ½ n (a+Un) where, a = U1 or term-1 b = U2 - U1 = U3 – U2 or Difference two term

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Banking Problem Mr. Kukuh has a savings account in a bank as much as 650 million rupiahs. Every week he withdraws some money from his savings by using a cheque. With the first cheque, he draws 20 million rupiahs, the second cheque 25 million rupiahs, and so on. The next cheque is 5 million rupiahs more than the previous one. How many weeks can Mr. Kukuh draw all his savings, if there is no administration fee?

CONCLUSION If the terms in an ascending arithmetic sequence are totaled, they will form an ascending arithmetic series. Similarly, if the terms in a descending arithmetic sequence are totaled, they will form a descending arithmetic series.

Formula of arithmetic series Sn = Â˝ n {2a+(n-1)b } Or Sn = Â˝ n (a+Un)

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